How Does WorkNet Restore Lives?
WorkNet restores lives for offenders and other
individuals transitioning from institutionalized
environments back into community living.
We provide wrap around services for our clients
to live a self-sufficient lifestyle through employment
opportunities that support housing, basic needs, and
WorkNet, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation founded in 2000 in Honolulu, Hawaii. WorkNet provides a diverse range of services through direct delivery or through inter-agency referral and collaboration.
WorkNet specializes in providing offenders with services in vocational and risk profile assessment, substance abuse assessment services, cognitive skills training, employment training, community re-entry transition services, ID and document restoration, housing and job placement services.
We work with offenders while they are still in prison and assist them in their transition into the community as well as those who are already in the community on furlough, parole, and probation.
We believe that prisoner re-entry services begin when the inmate initially enters the correctional facility and proceeds to the time the prisoner exits the facility. The process of returning the inmate to the community is accompanied by a discharge plan and transition management services.